The imbalance between how much democracy young Africans want and how much they have is altering political dynamics. Almost 60% of Africa’s population were born in the 21st century, detached from the ideological motives that ground the repressive & corrupt nature of the old guard.
Author: Kosi Ogbuli
Onyebuchi Kosi Ogbuli is a growing leader and scholar with demonstrated expertise in fields of International Affairs & Development, Community Empowerment, Human Rights issues, and Technology & Innovation. He aims to attain a Master's degree in International Studies focusing on Statecraft, Global Sociopolitical trends, and Transnational Institutions, culminating his academic endeavors with a PhD. He ultimately aspire to develop a career in International affairs making a difference around the world.
The country remains poor, but Kagame’s government is now something exceptional in Africa – a place to invest.
Rwanda was experiencing an economic boom prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Growth exceeded 10% in 2019, driven mostly by large public investments for implementation of the National Strategy of Transformation. Notably, in 2019, Rwanda recorded a record total investment level of 2.46 billion USD, 37% of which were foreign direct investments.